One of the reasons I love scrapbooking is that it's such a great project to do with friends or family. After a few weeks of crafting by myself (except for little Rosalind's company), yesterday my friend Candace and I got together.
While the girls played we pulled out our pictures and got busy. It was such fun getting to chat, share ideas and give opinions while creating a few pages.
And, this week I finished three pages...which I took to be a good sign. ;)
Though I love working with pictures of Rosalind I needed break, so decided do a page of her Uncle Steve and beautiful, soon-to-be Aunt Jenny. We can hardly wait 'til next weekend!
After seeing a page of my sister Crystal's that used the "torn and stitched" design, it quickly became one of my favorite. It's so easy-- just tear the top page and place coordinating paper behind, then stitch with DMC floss (you don't even have to stitch, but I think it's prettier that way).
I love the way you can use it to dress up a page and make it either classy or cute, elegant or just fun.
Here the design is again with a cool picture Joshua took while in Russia, only this time with tiny stitches.
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